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Running Elections in NC: An Insiders’ Perspective

November 17 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Celebrating 10 years of investigative and public interest journalism in North Carolina, Carolina Public Press is proud to offer Ten for NC, a series of free, virtual conversations about 10 issues, topics and debates in North Carolina.

Event #9 — Running Elections in North Carolina

Join us as a panel of experts looks at the intricacies of running elections in N.C. This important discussion will cover various details and include local elections updates and information on redistricting.

Panelists include:

Karen Brinson-Bell, Director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections

Robert Korstad, Emeritus Professor of Public Policy and History at Duke University and co-author of Fragile Democracy: The Struggle Over Race and Voting Rights in North Carolina.

Martha Kropf, Professor, Department of Political Science and Public Administration at UNC Charlotte.

Christopher Cooper, Professor, Madison Distinguished Professor of Political Science & Public Affairs and Director of the Public Policy Institute at Western Carolina University

Jordan Wilkie, Carolina Public Press staff reporter and Report for America corps member.

This event is free, but SPACE IS LIMITED. RSVPs are required. Grab a friend (virtually), your curiosity, your favorite beverage and snack and join us for a interesting hour that will be sure to leave you more informed, engaged and tuned in to your neighbors, your CPP staff, and what’s in store for the state.

Organizer

Carolina Public Press
Phone:
828-774-5290
Email:
info@carolinapublicpress.org
Website:
https://carolinapublicpress.org/38404/asheville-city-council-candidates-take-debate-stage-oct-13/

Venue

Online

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